Ultralink Executives To Speak At Two Leading Human Resources Industry Conferences

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UltraLink executives will present unique approaches for reducing human resources costs and improving employee satisfaction at the 18th Annual Benefits Management Forum and the Professionals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA) 2005 conference. Topics include "Selling Senior Management on Your Strategy," "Benefits Effectiveness Review - Approaches for Analyzing and Assessing Benefit Plans," and "Tools for Talking Benefits with Your CFO."

UltraLink, a leading HR and benefits management services company, today announced that two of their executives will present unique approaches for reducing human resources costs and improving employee satisfaction at leading industry events this Fall. The UltraLink executives will discuss cost effective ways to implement HR practices at the 18th Annual Benefits Management Forum and the Professionals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA) 2005 conference.

"With 15 years of service delivery to clients, UltraLink draws upon a wealth of industry expertise and real world techniques for coping with HR challenges," said Vince Sheeran, President and CEO of UltraLink. "UltraLink is pleased to be speaking at these leading industry events this fall and to share our knowledge as to how companies can increase employee satisfaction and free up HR personnel for more strategic benefits initiatives."

At the Benefits Management Forum in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, September 28-30, UltraLink's Senior Vice President of Consulting Services, J. Stephen Ashley will be presenting "Selling Senior Management on Your Strategy." The presentation will highlight a case study from client Union-Pacific on balancing employee needs with the bottom line, as well as how best to forge strategic partnerships with the CEO, COO and head of IT. UltraLink also is exhibiting at the Benefits Management Forum, and will be located in booth #302.

At PIHRA 2005 in Long Beach, California October 5-7, UltraLink is slated to present two sessions. Ashley's presentation, "Benefits Effectiveness Review - Approaches for Analyzing and Assessing Benefit Plans," will discuss maximizing company benefit dollars by administering a thorough, objective evaluation of each employee benefit plan's performance. Ashley's presentation will also detail how this approach to analyzing and assessing benefit plans enabled American Airlines to beat the national cost increase

trend by over 6% during the past three years.

Also at PIHRA 2005, UltraLink's Sheeran will be presenting "Tools for Talking Benefits with Your CFO." This session will provide guidance (utilizing a real-world view) as to how CFOs can best be included in strategic benefits planning, as well as what current tools can be used in these discussions.

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About UltraLink

UltraLink is an HR and Benefits Management Services Company focused on helping clients control and drive down the costs of their health and welfare benefits offerings. While many outsourcing solutions modify pre-set vendor/service programs, UltraLink offers a distinctive, flexible approach, tailoring services to a company's individual needs. UltraLink audits, implements and manages a company's entire benefits offering, minimizing benefits cost while maximizing their value.

Founded in 1989, UltraLink has maintained long-term relationships with many well-known, established corporations. The company processes more than 50 million eligibility records, $700 million in healthcare premiums, and manages over 450 vendor/carrier relationships annually on behalf of its clients. For more information about UltraLink, please call 1.866.845.0403 or visit the company's website at http://www.UltraLink.com.

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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